Congratulations, you've made it till the end. Let's recap the key messages from this course. So we've seen that it is key to build your brand. Having a brand name and logo is the minimum to consider in the process. presenting yourself with the right material like your portfolio, CV, and business cards will increase the chances or attaining an exhibition opportunity. Having a portfolio is crucial in conveying your style and authenticity.
Additionally, use the power of your business cards as a small portfolio to get the interest of people when engaging with their location for an exhibition, you have to be clear and honest on the commitment and what you can deliver. There will be a lot of preparation to be done like budgeting, preparing the artwork, pricing as well as preparing your Venice opening. We also saw that hanging your artwork can be a lengthy task that requires proper planning to the opening of your show is going to be a wonderful moment and opportunity to talk about your art and connect directly with your audience. You can maximize the possibilities to sell your artwork at any search. You have to be available and engage with your guests. Now, running a first successful show is just the beginning of your adventure.
Keep in mind that the work doesn't stop with the opening. You will have to shortly after keep in touch and follow up with your customers. Update your website with images and some text of your printing. Press articles if your event has been covered by the press as well. You will need to update social media page and content as required. After all these work, don't recommend doing a lessons learn, see what has worked and not worked and what can be improved.
As a recommended recommend reviewing your selling prices to align with your expenses. And lastly, continue looking for new locations for exhibitions. I am sure you will make the most out of this course and the resources provided to you. Thank you for having taken the course. I wish you all the best in finding a venue for exhibiting your work.